Remembering Srebrenica Memorial Week
Fifty years after the world said “Never Again” to the horrors of the Holocaust, genocide took place on European soil. In July 1995, in the first ever United Nations declared safe area, thousands of men and boys were systematically murdered and buried in
mass graves. The victims, predominantly Muslim, were selected for death on the basis of their identity. This was the worst atrocity on European soil since the Second World War.
The attached presentation tells the story.
1. Deliver an assembly/lesson using free resources available for download here:
2. Watch live stream survivor testimony.
At 10am on the 11th July, a survivor will be sharing his experiences of the war. The session will last an hour, with viewers able to submit questions. For more information or to register, visit:
3. WE ARE ONE Football Tournament – Schools are invited to participate by holding a football match or tournament on 13th July to join thousands of others across the UK in standing up to hatred and intolerance. Simply read a short explanatory
speech and hold a minute of silence before the match.
For information, resources and to register visit
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